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15 Oct
Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission is considering a new regulatory framework to boost the scope and operations of non-interest finance in the capital market. Victor Aluyi, Head of Portfolio Management at Comercio Partners joins CNBC Africa for more.
27 Mar 2022
The continent is upping the pressure on wealthy nations to make good on their climate finance pledge. But a lack of expertise on the ground has also stalled crucial adaptation projects.
26 Oct 2021
Amid dire warnings that time is quickly running out, delegates in Glasgow are set to make further binding pledges to radically reduce emissions. But without the funds to help countries adapt, they won't be much use.
10 Sep 2021
Germany's money laundering investigation unit is accused of covering up fraud committed by banks. The Finance Ministry has said it "fully supports" the raids.
18 Jul 2021
The world's largest economies will plan how to push ahead with the proposal to set a minimum corporate tax rate. Some countries are still withholding their support.
1 Jul 2021
Olaoluwa Awojoodu, Co-Founder & CEO, E-Settlement talks to GuardianTV about access to basic financial services in Nigeria. E-Settlement focused on providing Innovative, Dependable, Easy-to-use, Affordable, and Secure payment solutions to everyday financial problems in Africa.
24 Apr 2021
As US President Joe Biden prepares to host his virtual climate summit on Earth Day, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said private money will be needed to help the country become carbon neutral. Finance plays a major role in this area, with "green bonds" being used to fund investment in projects including renewable energy, public transport and low-carbon housing. Also today, we bring you a report from a French seaside town where businesses are preparing for Covid-19 restrictions to be lifted so that visitors can return.
29 Aug 2020
On Guardian talks, Nkem Okocha, Founder/CEO, Mamamoni shares how she is helping disadvantaged and rural women get access to finance for their business and how to rebuild the economy of Nigeria's most-vulnerable women post-pandemic.
30 May 2020
Europe's football clubs suspended matches and training as the coronavirus spread across the continent – now, they are weighing the financial implications of their forced time out. Analysts say ending the season early could cost top clubs over €4 billion. Kieran Maguire, a football finance lecturer at the University of Liverpool, tells us how the crisis could change the way the industry is run. Also on the show: Germany abandons its "black zero" budget rules to boost the economy, and Japanese sake producers turn spirits into hand sanitiser.
28 May 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Friday.
18 Mar 2020
COVID-19: Senate summons CBN, Finance, Petroleum ministry over drop in oil price
4 Jan 2020
Money, money, money: Why do women have an uneasy relationship with finance?

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